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The 29th annual Storrs All High Photo Show is now on display at the Kenan Center, 433 Locust St., Lockport. The exhibit features the work of students from 27 high school students from across Western and central New York. The show opened Sunday with a reception and presentation of awards.

The exhibit is named in honor of Lockport artist William Storrs, who passed away in 2005. An accomplished artist and longtime contributor to visual arts programming at the Kenan Center, Storrs was instrumental in starting the All High Photo Show, which was designed to showcase the photographic work of area high school students, and was an active participant in the installation of the works as well as the awards presentation.

This year’s winners were selected by Chris Gallant, an assistant professor of digital media and communications coordinator at Hilbert College.

Gallery hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through and from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The exhibit, which is sponsored by M&T Bank, Grigg Lewis Foundation, Kenan Arts Council and the Kenan Quilters’ Guild, will continue through April 27.

Here’s a look at the winning photos from students in Western New York:

Best of Show Award: Commercially Processed

“A Place in the Sun”

RACHEL JANISH, Kenmore West High School

NeXt Vision Award for Excellence:

“Our Last Hope:

ALEX CURRIE, Amherst High School

Best Photojournalism/Documentary Award:

“Grand Central”

ALLIE SCUMACI, Williamsville East High School

Best Portrait Award:

“Self-Portrait in Winter”

COURTNEY BACON, Southwestern High School

Best Black & White Award:

“Untitled”

AMANDA ABERS, Southwestern High School

Best Still Life Award:

“The Truth About Forever”

KARA LUKOMSKI, Williamsville East High School

Best Sports Award:

“Defy”

KATE BOCHNEWETCH, Newfane High School

Best Architecture Award:

“Barn of Clarence”

ELISABETH WERTHHEIM, Clarence High School

Best Waterscape Award:

“Pleasure Pier”

EMILY FORD, Clarence High School

Best Animal Award:

“Pitching through Sunlight”

COURTNEY HAEICK, Kenmore East High School

Best Computer-Generated Award:

“Waterfall”

RACHELE ANELLO, Charter School for Applied Technologies